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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine - Researcher Network

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine - Researcher Network diagram by Flueck et al, PLOS Biology
Flueck et al, PLOS Biology

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine involves cross-disciplinary research groups including laboratory, clinical, population and social sciences, all working to address major public and global health challenges. Their research contributes to health policy and practice in the UK and around the world. Follow this feed to stay up to date on work published by this institute.

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BMJ Global Health

The household economic burden of non-communicable diseases in 18 countries

BMJ Global HealthMarch 6, 2020
Adrianna MurphyMartin McKee

Map clusters of diseases to tackle multimorbidity

NatureMarch 27, 2020
Christopher J M Whitty, Fiona M Watt
BMJ Global Health

Adolescent sexual and reproductive health in sub-Saharan Africa: who is left behind?

BMJ Global HealthMarch 6, 2020
Dessalegn Y MelesseTies Boerma
The British Journal of Dermatology

The association between partner bereavement and melanoma: cohort studies in the U.K. and Denmark

The British Journal of DermatologyMarch 5, 2020
A Y S WongS M Langan
International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health

Human fecal contamination of water, soil, and surfaces in households sharing poor-quality sanitation facilities in Maputo, Mozambique

International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental HealthMarch 6, 2020
David A HolcombJill R Stewart
British Journal of Anaesthesia

The effect of tranexamic acid by baseline risk in acute bleeding patients: a meta-analysis of individual patient-level data from 28 333 patients

British Journal of AnaesthesiaMarch 23, 2020
Francois-Xavier AgeronAntifibrinolytics Trials Collaboration
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

The Effects of Temperature on Accident and Emergency Department Attendances in London: A Time-Series Regression Analysis

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public HealthMarch 21, 2020
Ines Corcuera Hotz, Shakoor Hajat

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